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Today’s News

Poll: Should Mick McCarthy be the next Irish football manager? This post contains a poll

Poll: Should Mick McCarthy be the next Irish football manager?

There’s lots of talk about what’s wrong with Irish football right now – is Micko the answer?

Indian police struggle to get body of American killed by arrow-shooting tribe

John Chau (26) was apparently shot and killed by arrows, but the cause of death can’t be confirmed yet.

Garda probe as World War I sculpture 'The Hauntings Soldier' vandalised with red paint overnight

“I’d be very sad about it, and the ignorance of people,” one passer-by said.

One-third of eight-year-old boys are playing video games for over-18s

60% of boys in sixth class have played an over-18s game.

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Red haze: Sydney has been hit by a 500km dust storm Australia This post contains videos

Red haze: Sydney has been hit by a 500km dust storm

The dust has been whipped up by some of the worst droughts in the nation for hundreds of years.

The 9 at 9: Thursday

It’s a quiet morning today – here’s what’s made the news so far.

From The42 History will be kind to Martin O'Neill's tenure as Irish boss but the devil is in the details Caveat

History will be kind to Martin O'Neill's tenure as Irish boss but the devil is in the details

He presided over an era of Irish football that conjured some standout moments. But there’s more to management – and legacy – than that.

Attacker apologises to screwdriver assault victim he left 'pouring blood' on Luas

Lee Murray (23) pleaded guilty to assault of Sam Hess causing him harm.

South Korean mega-church leader guilty of raping followers who believed he was God

Lee Jae-rock led a sprawling church that some had denounced as a cult.

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7 of the best old-fashioned pubs around Ireland, according to the man who knows best

Brexit goes down to wire as May to head back to Brussels on eve of signing summit

May said she would return to Brussels for more talks on the eve of a planned signing summit.

As leaked CIA reports on Khashoggi point to Crown Prince, Saudi warns he's 'a red line'

Despite leaked CIA analysis pointing towards Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince, Donald Trump has repeatedly stood by the US ally.

'A four-day work week could lead to greater productivity and wealth'

Fewer working hours could benefit both individuals and the economy, Kevin Callinan writes.

Take care: Consumers warned about potential scammers ahead of Black Friday and Cyber Monday

Gardaí have issued a range of advice to help people avoid getting caught when buying online ahead of the Christmas period.

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Mother pleads for funding as daughter spends over 115 days in Wexford General Hospital

The teenager’s family want her moved to a more appropriate residential care unit.

€1.6 million on stewards and €76k on catering: How much the Pope's visit cost the taxpayer

As of 1 November, the OPW had spent €15,754,639.37 on the visit of Pope Francis to Ireland.

An irate Lidl accuses rivals of 'planned and sustained campaign' to block it building new stores

Lidl said the majority of its planning applications are usually accepted anyway, but accused its rivals of seeking to delay the process.

Yesterday’s News

Dáil backs Brexit deal without need for vote Symbolic This post contains videos

Dáil backs Brexit deal without need for vote

Leo Varadkar said Ireland ‘deeply regrets but respects’ Britain’s decision to leave the EU.

Silent plane with no moving parts makes 'historic' flight Future This post contains videos

Silent plane with no moving parts makes 'historic' flight

The team was able to fly the new plane a distance of 55 metres at a speed of 4.8 metres-per-second.

Man charged after gun and ammunition seized in Limerick

He is due to appear before Limerick City District Court at 10.30am tomorrow.

University ordered to pay €35k after ruling finds lecturer (55) discriminated during job application due to age WRC

University ordered to pay €35k after ruling finds lecturer (55) discriminated during job application due to age

The academic claimed that a less qualified female colleague 15 years younger than her was chosen for the post.

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Trump and US Chief Justice engaged in unprecedented war of words

John Roberts’ criticism is the first time the Republican-appointed leader of the federal judiciary has pushed back against Trump.

From The42 'Compared to the set-up I have at Wolves, you could class it as old school' Criticism

'Compared to the set-up I have at Wolves, you could class it as old school'

Matt Doherty was speaking about Martin O’Neill’s reign tonight.

Amazon says customers' email addresses were exposed

Customers in Europe and the US were affected.

Here's What Happened Today: Wednesday

Here’s what made the headlines today.

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Quiz: How well do you know Roy Keane and his history with Ireland?

Ireland’s former captain and assistant manager is now a free agent.

Lots of us often shop online but most don't know our rights - so, what should we know?

Áine Carroll of CCPC answers your queries about online shopping.

From The42 Spats with reporters, historic victories and Roy Keane controversy – the good and bad of the O’Neill era Opinion

Dublin City Council accused of being 'Scrooge-like' for not holding Christmas lights ceremony

Fine Gael’s Jerry Buttimer said the event should be moved to Smithfield.

Seanad briefly suspended over 'misogyny' row

Fianna Fáil’s Lorraine Clifford-Lee clashed with Fine Gael’s Jerry Buttimer.

How I Spend My Money: A civil servant on €23,000 who took a large pay cut to get her job

She has €12,000 saved and feels too focused on saving for her age.

'I was ashamed and I worried I wouldn’t be believed about domestic violence - so I stayed longer than I should have'

Priscilla Grainger writes about her experience of domestic violence and why she set up a support group for people who have been affected by it.

Trump toys with attending White House correspondents' dinner ... because there'll be no comedian

US president Donald Trump hasn’t gone to the event since taking office.

Tóibín signs up two members to his new 'Euro-critical party' which aims to protect 'all human life'

Sinn Féin councillor in Kildare Ide Cussen resigned from the party earlier today.

Staff at The Ivy no longer allowed take payments 'to stop the deplorable greed' of asking for cash tips

The issue arose after a member of waiting staff began asking patrons to pay tips only in cash.

Man appears in Belfast court over Jennifer Dornan murder after being extradited

He was extradited from the Republic of Ireland earlier today.

'Give us choice': Irish actors call on Theresa May to decriminalise abortion in Northern Ireland

Aisling Bea and Sharon Horgan have signed the letter ahead of the reading of a bill that would decriminalise abortion across the UK.

Man killed on runway of Russia's main airport after being hit by plane taking off

The incident occurred in Sheremetyevo airport at around 8pm yesterday.

'Some are too frail to cry': Up to 85,000 children under five have died since start of 2015 Yemen war

The estimate by the group Save the Children was based on data compiled by the United Nations.

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